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About Us

Seventy Times Seven (70x7) is an initiative within Prison Fellowship Singapore that promotes restorative justice. It is the non-religious arm of PFS. Our services and programmes serve the community of families and individuals in the Singapore prison system and seek to reconcile love and justice.

We have the IPC-registered (Institute of Public Character) status under the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). All donations made to Seventy Times Seven qualify for tax-exemption receipts.

Our Programmes

Seventy Times Seven serves people from various backgrounds and religions through our various programmes:

Through Care In Prison:

Victim Empathy Programme (VEP)
A programme that looks at crime, the harm it causes, and how to make things right. It demonstrates that restorative justice that offers hope to people touched by crime.

National Youth Achievement Award (NYAA) Programme
The NYAA scheme aims to encourage young people to develop qualities such as perseverance and self-reliance, through activities including community service, skills development and physical recreation and offers participants an opportunity to make good on past mistakes and renew their lives.

Through Care Outside Prison:

Prison Gate Programme
Practical Assistance
Social Group Meetings
Skills Training & Equipping


Family Care
Support for families of inmates and ex-offenders in terms of financial and employment assistance, home visits or referrals to various partners for practical help. We also organise social activities for the spouses and parents of inmates and ex-offenders and school holiday programmes for children.

Volunteers Training & Equipping
We provide training and engage and equip volunteers who are keen on being involved in prison work.
SUPPORTED CAUSES
  • Children & Youth
  • Elderly
  • Families
  • Women & Girls
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Lim Siew Cheng

Seventy Times Seven (formerly known as Life Anew!)

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